When MediaStorm went to Angola to make a short film about de-mining

From Africa is a Country Fri Feb 8 2013, 13:40:36

Earlier this week, the award-winning production studio/marketing group MediaStorm launched their short film Surviving the Peace, to promote Mines Advisory Group's de-mining operations in Angola. Mines Advisory Group (MAG) launched with a premier in DC and a fundraiser in Angola (go figure, but hey, attendees in Luanda got free copies of the film). This is [...]

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